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Presidential Commendation257 viewsArissa and Deianeira Underhill pose with copies of personal letters they recently received from President George W. Bush for their efforts in promoting literacy. The two Rochester sisters have donated their time and money toward purchasing books for needy children and were recently interviewed on Boston’s Fox 25 Morning News show. “The president wrote each of us a note thanking us for doing our part to make the country a better place,” said 10-year-old Deianeira. (Photo courtesy of Dawn Underhill).Oct 30, 2006
Goth Girl: A Ghost Story471 viewsThe mystery woman seen standing in Rochester’s Sherman Cemetery may or may not be a figure of Tina’s imagination. To find out, you’ll have to read “Goth Girl: A Ghost Story,” an original work of fiction commemorating Halloween. (Photo montage by Kenneth J. Souza).Oct 30, 2006
Ocean Odyssey in Rochester393 viewsStudents in Grades 2, 3 and 4 at Rochester’s Memorial School were recently treated to a day-long “Global Ocean Odyssey” program and exhibit from the New England Aquarium on Monday, October 16. Here students learn about water currents. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Oct 17, 2006
Ocean Odyssey in Rochester, Too424 viewsStudents in Grades 2, 3 and 4 at Rochester’s Memorial School were recently treated to a day-long “Global Ocean Odyssey” program and exhibit from the New England Aquarium on Monday, October 16. Here students learn what food and other products are made either in whole or in part from various sea life. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Oct 17, 2006
East Over Opening278 viewsSteve Sloan, the Southeast Regional Director of the Trustees of Reservations (center, pointing) leads a tour of the newly-opened East Over Farm in Rochester during the recent Grand Opening Celebration. The 75-acre conservation area is now open for public use with walking trails that abut historic stone walls encasing some of the most scenic fields, woods, and ponds in the tri-town area. The Grand Opening drew over 200 participants who came to celebrate the event. (Photo by Nancy MacKenzie).Oct 17, 2006
Maori Dancers393 viewsMembers of the Kahurangi Maori Dance Company of New Zealand demonstrate one of several dances for students at Old Hammondtown School in Mattapoisett. The troupe stopped by the school and the New Bedford Whaling Museum last week as part of a program co-sponsored by the New Bedford ECHO Project (Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations) and the Mattapoisett Parents-Teachers Organization (PTO).Oct 17, 2006
Pick A Pumpkin565 viewsChildren hollow out pumpkins and prepare to carve them into traditional Halloween Jack-O’-Lanterns during the Mattapoisett Historical Society’s Fall Celebration on Sunday, October 15 at the Mattapoisett Historical Museum and Carriage House. In the tradition of a harvest celebration, pumpkins carvers were also given tips on how they could prepare the pumpkin seeds to and toast them in the oven. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).Oct 17, 2006
Hot Rods in Rochester343 viewsLouis Aiello Jr. poses alongside his award-winning 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback which recently took the first place trophy in the 2006 Plumb Corner Hot Rod and Custom Car Show in Rochester. The annual event draws over 100 participants each year with proceeds benefitting the “A Wish Come True” organization.Oct 10, 2006
"Jaws of Life"384 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Fire Department provide a demonstration of the “Jaws of Life” during the recent Open House held on Thursday, October 5 at the Mattapoisett Fire Station. The family-friendly event is held each year in conjunction with National Fire Prevention Week to educate the public on the department’s life-saving abilities and fire and safety techniques. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).Oct 10, 2006
House of Horrors!487 viewsSpooky setpieces are strewn throughout the Haunted Yard display located at 57 Fort Street in Fairhaven (across from the Fairhaven Shipyard). This annual “Terror Tradition” is hosted by the father and son team of Richard and Matthew Brodeur to benefit local Shriner’s Hospitals. The yard is open to visitors — if you dare! — every Friday and Saturday night from dusk until 9:30 pm and on Sundays from dusk until 9:00 pm throughout the month of October, including Halloween night. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Oct 10, 2006
Cruising Camden Yards450 viewsTom Gordon poses with a copy of The Wanderer at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor while enjoying some time away and visiting Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles.Oct 03, 2006
Fuel for Trip450 viewsNancy Kubik of Mattapoisett poses with a copy of The Wanderer on the west dock of the British Petroleum Oil Field at Prudhoe, Bay, Arkansas, during a recent trip.Oct 03, 2006
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